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Mike LaFleur shoulders blame for Jets’ failed fourth down sneak

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The unfortunate game is now four days old, but he was still eating at Mike LaFleur on Thursday.

The Jets attack coordinator took full possession for a lack of communication that went wrong in the fourth and 2nd game call, which helped turn the Buccaneers into a gut-wrenching loss of potential frustration on Sunday.

LaFleur called the game for an end-round for wide receiver Braxton Berrios, but included a set reading for Zach Wilson to use a quarter sneak if he looked right. Wilson acted covertly and was short, allowing Tom Brady and the Bucs to cover 93 yards to win the game.

“First, it’s 100 percent for me,” LaFleur said Thursday. “We were disappointed in myself for two reasons: I’m proud of the connection and our division is performing. I failed in both. The overall goal was to get the ball to Brexton, he was driving the ball. I did it I couldn’t make it.

“Our defender did exactly what he had to do at the moment. I know what our goal is, whether people want to believe it or not, but it happened. I have failed in both and I have to live with it. I know I can learn a lesson from this. I know I learned a lesson from this. You can’t let the same game beat you twice. In that case, I’m sure it won’t happen again. “

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After the game, Wilson was criticized a bit for his selfishness and accepting the ball himself. But LaFleur took the blame and added that he knew he was calling the right game, he just didn’t have the proper communication.

“It’s not time to hide it, of course. That’s why I can’t name this show. So I have to tell you what should happen, ”LaFleur said. “But it didn’t happen.

“It simply came to our notice then. I have to live with it and learn from it. So that’s bad. “

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